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09/23/2007 11:41:47 PM · #1
Does anyone here know what Perfectly Clear in Bibble does? Is it like an auto-adjustment tool?
09/23/2007 11:52:46 PM · #2
Ursula...
I found this on the Bibble site... ahem...excuse me... this is what I know (yeah...right!)

Perfectly Clear® is award winning and multi-patented technology that utilizes the physics principles of light. It's the only technology that automatically and instantly optimizes the lighting for each and every pixel while maintaining true color and zero clipping. At the same time Perfectly Clear® will automatically remove abnormal tint and restore faded photographs. As the final touch, Perfectly Clear® utilizes patented medical imaging technology to provide photographs with optimal contrast and sharpening.
In case you haven't looked in teh Bibble forums, here is their link...
Bibble forums

Have fun! I hear it is a nice tool!!!
09/23/2007 11:56:35 PM · #3
Thank you! I'll have to get reading I guess :)
09/24/2007 12:07:21 AM · #4
Perfectly Clear functions & appears to be an auto-adjust, similar to auto-curve in ps. Bibble site has a link to Athentech Technologies Inc. who apparently license it. Information at the Athentech site I think is vague. I have no idea how it works, but generally it tends to make dramatic adjustments.
09/24/2007 12:38:27 AM · #5
Thank you, André! When you apply it, it does look similar to the adjustment you get from using auto curves in PS, you're right. Hmmmm.
09/24/2007 04:41:37 AM · #6
Here's the official link with a quick example to view ursula.
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